Jeongyoung Park

Jeongyoung Park
George Washington University | GW · School of Nursing

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10 Research Items
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Publications (23)
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Objective Given evidence that anemia in the first year of life is associated with long-term cognitive, motor, and behavioral deficits, reducing infant anemia is important. The primary objective of this research is to examine whether anemia in low income pregnant women in the United States is associated with anemia in the women’s infants.Methods Thi...
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Background and purpose: Expanding state scope of practice (SOP) for nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) can boost productivity and improve access to health care services. Existing analyses on regulatory policies in NP or PA SOP have primarily focused on the direct effects on their own professions but have not fully considered...
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Using four years of data from a nationally representative consumer survey, we examined trends in telehealth usage over time and the role state telehealth policies play in telehealth use. Telehealth use increased dramatically during the period 2013-16, with new modalities such as live video, live chat, texting, and mobile apps gaining traction. The...
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An ongoing concern about medical malpractice litigation is that it may induce provider exit, potentially affecting consumer welfare. The nursing home sector is subject to substantial litigation activity but remains generally understudied in terms of the effects of litigation, due perhaps to a paucity of readily available data. In this article, we e...
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Background: Few studies have looked under the hood of practice redesign to understand whether and, if so, how staffing changed with the adoption of patient-centered medical home (PCMH), and whether these staffing changes impacted utilization. Objectives: To examine the workforce transformation occurring in community health centers that have achi...
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Purpose: To examine the association of nurse staffing and education with the length of stay of surgical patients in acute care hospitals in South Korea. Design: A cross-sectional survey design was used for a nurse survey in acute hospitals collected between 2008 and 2009. The survey data (N = 1,665) were linked with patient discharge data (N = 1...
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Background and purpose: While male nurses have been shown to earn considerably more than female nurses, there is less evidence on gender disparities in salary among nurse practitioners (NPs). This study examines whether the gender gap in NP salaries persists after controlling for differences in work setting and demographic factors. Methods: We a...
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Objective: To assess how medical staffing mix changed over time in association with the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) in community health centers (CHCs). Study setting: Community health centers within the 50 states and Washington, DC. Study design: Estimated how the change in the share of total medical staff full-time equivalent...
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We explore the extent to which state scope of practice laws are related to nurse practitioners (NPs)’ day-to-day practice autonomy. We found that NPs experienced greater day-to-day practice autonomy when they had prescriptive independence. Surprisingly, there were only small and largely insignificant differences in day-to-day practice autonomy betw...
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Objective: to identify the current state of advanced practice nursing regulation, education and practice in Latin America and the Caribbean and the perception of nursing leaders in the region toward an advanced practice nursing role in primary health care to support Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage initiatives. Method: a de...
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Nurse practitioners (NPs) have reported aspects of their jobs that they are more and less satisfied with. However, few studies have examined the factors that predict overall job satisfaction. This study uses a large national sample to examine the extent to which autonomy and work setting predict job satisfaction. The 2012 National Sample Survey of...
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A cornerstone of patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs) is team-based care; however, there is little information about the composition of staff who deliver direct primary care in PCMHs. The purpose of this study was to examine the number and distribution of primary care physicians (PCPs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and physician assistants (PAs) in...
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Background: Growth in the care of hospitalized patients by hospitalists has the potential to increase the productivity of office-based primary care physicians (PCPs) by allowing them to focus on outpatient practice. Objective: Our aim was to examine the association between utilization of hospitalists and the productivity of office-based PCPs. D...
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Objective To assess the potential deterrent effect of nursing home litigation threat on nursing home quality. Data Sources/Study SettingWe use a panel dataset of litigation claims and Nursing Home Online Survey Certification and Reporting (OSCAR) data from 1995 to 2005 in six states: Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Missouri, and Delaware,...
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Objectives: With much attention focused on medical errors and patient safety issues, maintenance of certification (MOC) is recognized as one professional response to the need for public accountability. There have been few studies used information from malpractice claims and medical licensure databases to study its relationship with MOC participatio...
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The relationship between financial performance and quality of care in nursing homes is not well defined and prior work has been mixed. The recent focus on improving the quality of nursing homes through market-based incentives such as public reporting may have changed this relationship, as public reporting provides nursing homes with increased incen...
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Dental caries (tooth decay), the most common chronic disease affecting young children, is exacerbated by limited access to preventive dental services for low-income children. To address this problem, North Carolina implemented a program to reimburse physicians for up to six preventive oral health visits for Medicaid-enrolled children younger than a...
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To examine whether high performance or improvement on quality measures leads to economic rewards for nursing homes in the presence of public reporting. Data from 6,286 freestanding Medicare-certified nursing homes between 1999 and 2005 were identified in Medicare Cost Reports, Minimum Data Set, and Online Survey and Certification Reporting System....
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Evidence supporting the use of public reporting of quality information to improve health care quality is mixed. While public reporting may improve reported quality, its effect on quality of care more broadly is uncertain. This study tests whether public reporting in the setting of nursing homes resulted in improvement of reported and broader but un...
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To investigate the impact of state minimum staffing standards on the level of staffing and quality of nursing home care. Online Survey and Certification Reporting System (OSCAR) merged with the Area Resource File from 1998 through 2001. Between 1998 and 2001, 16 states implemented or expanded staffing standards in excess of federal requirements, cr...
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To assess longitudinally whether a change in registered nurse (RN) staffing and skill mix leads to a change in nursing home resident outcomes while controlling for the potential endogeneity of staffing. Minimum Data Set (MDS) nursing home resident assessment data from five states merged with Online Survey Certification and Reporting (OSCAR) data fr...
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In January 2000, North Carolina initiated a comprehensive preventive dental program for Medicaid-enrolled children from birth through 35 months of age (Into the Mouths of Babes, or IMB) offered in medical offices by providers who completed continuing medical education related to these services. This study assesses the effects of the IMB program, wh...
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Residential care/assisted living facilities have become an alternative to nursing homes for many individuals, yet little information exists about staffing in these settings and the effect of staffing. This study analyzed the intensity and skill mix of nursing staff using data from a four-state study, and their relationship to outcomes. We obtained...

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